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Old 10-18-2005, 01:51 PM   #1351
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Today my MTX-4 arrived me. It smells so new and fast... I will make some pictures of the building and will post it here.

So stay tune....

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Old 10-18-2005, 01:56 PM   #1352
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Today my MTX-4 arrived me. It smells so new and fast... I will make some pictures of the building and will post it here.

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i would love to see a good build up.did u get yours overseas or here in the usa?
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I have ordered from RC-Toro and they provided great service and price. BTW, The package came from CA.
Yes, It may have come from California but the Mugen Kits this shop is selling are not coming from Mugen USA. Remember all kits that are sold from Mugen USA also come with GRP tires. Kits from Asia and Europe come with no tires.
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Old 10-18-2005, 02:32 PM   #1354
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whats up mike? i pitted behind you a nats this year, everyone bitch'n about the price, who really cares it only 450.00 if you cant aford it dont buy it. mugen usa has a pay role and bills just like any other busines. sorry if you take this wrong if its to much for you dont buy it.
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Old 10-18-2005, 02:33 PM   #1355
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I have ordered my MTX-4 oversea too. I will get it by at the end of the month. They are much cheaper than here.
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whats up mike? i pitted behind you a nats this year, everyone bitch'n about the price, who really cares it only 450.00 if you cant aford it dont buy it. mugen usa has a pay role and bills just like any other busines. sorry if you take this wrong if its to much for you dont buy it.
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Yes, It may have come from California but the Mugen Kits this shop is selling are not coming from Mugen USA. Remember all kits that are sold from Mugen USA also come with GRP tires. Kits from Asia and Europe come with no tires.
I made my previous post too vague. I have ordered from rc-toro in the past, but it was not the MTX4 kit. I was trying to make a point that they were from CA and they provided good service for me.
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sooo... what about the diffs , are they the same as the mtx3 or they changed them?? , do they have the same system of seals?? or they changed them to o-rings??.. just wondering..
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sooo... what about the diffs , are they the same as the mtx3 or they changed them?? , do they have the same system of seals?? or they changed them to o-rings??.. just wondering..
The diffs are different but they go together the same as the old diffs.
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thanks mike! , i was wishing for a little change , i think the o-ring type is a little better but it's all good , what do you recomend for the diff so they don't leak?
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thanks mike! , i was wishing for a little change , i think the o-ring type is a little better but it's all good , what do you recomend for the diff so they don't leak?
With a one-way I start out at 30,000 but for high bite tracks I run 50,000.
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o-ring diff?? are you referring to the o-rings where the outdrives are? i know my mtx-3 has them and i replace them everytime i rebuild the diff.
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o-ring diff?? are you referring to the o-rings where the outdrives are? i know my mtx-3 has them and i replace them everytime i rebuild the diff.
no , i'm talking about the big ones , like the ones that kyosho uses ( the gasket )
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mike , by the way do you know the parts numbers for the parts that you need to built the front diff.??
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mike , by the way do you know the parts numbers for the parts that you need to built the front diff.??
Here you go.

C0228, T0207, C0227, And T0261.

You will only need a T0261 and T0215 to build the front spool that comes with the kit.
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